Cohort Development Events

Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Joint Cohort Development Programme  2018 – 2019

This is the current program of Cohort Development events and other activities organized for CDP students. Full details about individual events will be sent out nearer when they happen. Places for some events and activities may be limited. While some events are open to all students, others are aimed at second and third year students.

These activities are organized for students studying for PhDs as part of the Collaborative Doctoral Partnership scheme.

Event registration is via Eventbrite email invite – an email will be send out when bookings are expected to open.

 

Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Cohort Development Programme 2018 – 2019*
Date(s) Event Length Location
Wednesday 12th September 2018 CDP Student launch 2018

 

1 Days Royal Geographic Society with IBG, London

 

Thursday 13th September 2018 CDP Student Conference 2018 Bridging The Gap: Networks, Hierarchies and Impact (open to all)

 

1 Day Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Wednesday 28th & Thursday 29th November 2019  Challenging Histories (open to all)

 

2 days Pitt Rivers Museum/Museum of Natural History, Oxford

 

Monday 4th February 2019 Good Research Practice (Copyright and Intellectual Property)

 

1 day The British Library, London
Monday 25th & Tuesday 26th March 2019 Digital Humanities and Using Archives (open to all)

 

2 days The British Library & The National Archives, London
Monday 8th April 2019  

Developing your Career (2nd & 3rd year students)

 

1 day Tate Liverpool
Monday 13th & Tuesday 14th May 2019  

Making Exhibitions and Galleries (2nd & 3rd year students)

 

2 days The National Portrait Gallery, The National Gallery & The National Maritime Museum, London
Postponed to October 2019 (to be confirmed) Social History – Sporting Heritage Consortium (open to all) 1 day Location outside of London & date TBC

 

Wednesday 19th & Thursday 20th June 2019  

 

Historic Environment residential – with Historic England and friends (open to all – priority for HES/HE/EH students)

 

2 days Fort Cumberland, Portsmouth and surrounding area, Historic England

*This schedule is subject to change

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